Slide For Position Change

Using a G minor pentatonic scale, we are going to use this scale in a blues context incorporating some position changing. This allows for us to see other possibilities within the scale and also puts us in a position to try new ideas. Let's try it slowly, than work it up to speed with a full backing track. Remember to use the A-B looping player below the video player if you need further assistance.

Instructor Anders Mouridsen
Tutorial:
Mining the Minor Scale
Styles:
Blues
Difficulty:
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Questions & Answers

Are you muting the D string after playing the 5th fret while moving up to the A string 5th fret? 4 months ago
Mike Olekshy 3 months ago

Hello - thanks for your question. Yes Anders is muting the D string with his index finger resting on it when he moves to fret that note on the A string.